LifeProof Announces frē and nüüd for GALAXY S 5

– Comprehensive waterproof, drop-proof protection for Samsung’s latest device –

SAN DIEGO – Feb. 27, 2014 – Protect the “Next Big Thing” in sleek, powerful, four-proof protection. LifeProof® today announced upcoming availability of the frē® for the new Samsung® GALAXY S® 5. LifeProof’s award-winning protection from water, drops, dirt and snow allow Samsung aficionados to push their smartphones to the limit.

LifeProof GALAXY S 5 cases provide “no limits” protection to keep up with even the most adventurous lifestyles.  Frē protects from submersions in water up to 6.6 feet for one hour and drops from 6.6 feet, taking protection of Samsung’s flagship device to a whole new level. The cases pass military standards for shock and impact protection, all in a slim design that provides the freedom to use the phone almost anywhere.

“The GALAXY S 5 is a device that we’re sure consumers will want to fully protect,” said LifeProof CEO Brian Thomas. “Our frē and nüüd cases offer four-proof protection to stand up to almost any of life’s adventures. Both are certified IP68, one of the highest ratings possible for protection against dirt and water intrusion. With LifeProof, the GALAXY S 5 goes from water resistant to waterproof, enabling consumers to take full advantage its new features.”

The frē includes a built-in screen protector that is designed to help prevent scratches to the display glass while still allowing total touch screen functionality. 

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LifeProof’s company mantra is Freedom; LifeProof designs, manufactures and markets an entirely new category of products designed to give people more freedom from environmental constraints. Based in San Diego, LifeProof offers elegant and protective cases for Smartphones and Tablet PCs that enable full functionality and interactivity under any condition encountered in daily life. The registered brand name ‘LifeProof’ is inspired by the protection and fully functional convenient operation of the device in water, mud, dirt, or snow. For more information, visit